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Old 07-08-2013, 7:58 AM
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Default Sig 716 scope issues.

I originally posted this in the optics forum but didn't get a response. I apologize if this is not allowed but I figured the center fire section had more traffic and I would have a better chance at getting a response. Anyway, my issue below...

Quick question for all you optics pros out there. I have a redfield 3-9 x 50mm scope and I'm using an Armalite mount. When mounted on my LWRC the scope is spot on. I removed the scope several times mounting it on different guns and it has worked perfect. Anyway, when mounted on my Sig Sauer 716 I have to crank the windage knob all the way to the right and it still not zeroed. The shooter next to me suggested I buy fixed rings next time as they are more consistent. Anyway, I will be buying a whole new scope mount combo for the Sig but just curious as to why such a big difference when mounted on the Sig 716. I honestly dont even know where to start trouble shooting. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!
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